»I wanted to depict how men and women are often brought down by their friends as well as their enemies. I also wanted to comment on the mainstream media which, to me, are lazy and vicious, while missing so many important stories.«
Ballots and Bullets: J. Kingston Pierce in conversation with writer Ed Gorman about mysteries and politics. A short version of the interview you will find a Kirkus Review, a long at The Rap Sheet.
Adam Woog about crime fiction for October: A new Armand Gamache novel by Louise Penny; short stories by Daniel Woodrell; a Joe Gunther novel by Archer Mayor, Ed Gorman’s „Bad Moon Rising“ and Charles Martin’s „Neon Panic“. Read more at ‚The Seatle Times‚.